Greg Adaline is an Emmy Nominated Anchor / Reporter, who brings over 13 years of broadcasting experience to the WIS anchor desk.
A native of Michigan, he is now delighted to call Columbia home.
Greg joins WIS from its sister station in New Orleans, WVUE, where he was an anchor and reporter. Prior to his time at WVUE, he anchored mornings and evenings at WLNS TV in Lansing, Michigan from 2004-2009, and was a morning anchor/reporter at KCTV in Kansas City from 2009-2011.
He returned to Lansing in 2011 to become the primary 6 & 11PM Anchor at WLNS, a position he held for over 3 years. Greg's first big break in TV news came in May of 2004, when the NBC affiliate in Detroit, offered him a 3-month on-air reporting job. Greg was selected from a pool of 300 candidates, and won the job through a two-week audition process played out on live TV!
In the 10 years since that first job at WDIV, Greg has covered some huge events, and interviewed some big names, from Magic Johnson to Mitt Romney. He's also racked up a few awards along the way, including a 2013 Emmy nomination.
Greg and his wife Kristen are the proud parents of 4 young kids. You may see Greg out and about with his family, attending a festival, emceeing an event, or trying a new restaurant. If you do, he'd love if you say “Hi.”
You can reach Greg by email at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @GregWISTV.
The Cherokee County School District Tuesday responded to a lawsuit brought by a former teacher who alleges the district broke state and federal laws, in requiring her to pay for school supplies out of her own pocket and work for free at school-related events.
Hundreds gathered at the Meeting Place Church in Columbia for a forum and special screening of a documentary marking the fourth anniversary of the Mother Emanuel A.M.E Church shooting massacre in Charleston in 2015.
Monday WIS was the only media outlet in the state embedded with a South Carolina Department of Corrections tactical unit, as they conducted an early morning raid for contraband at Broad River Correctional Institution.
WIS got the unique opportunity to tour the prison with the Director of the Department of Corrections Bryan Stirling to see what's changed and to see some of the measures the department is taking to make sure what happened that fateful night doesn't happen again.
Joe Sicilio sells luxury vehicles for a living at BMW of Columbia, connecting clients with their dream cars. He’s honed a sales method that’s helped him find success, and he’s using it to change the lives of at-risk teens at the Department of Juvenile Justice facility in Union, SC.
Army Staff Sergeant Andrew Marrow is serving 18 months in a military prison in Charleston for his role in a horrific accident at Fort Jackson that killed 2 privates, Timothy Ashcraft, and Ethan Shrader.